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Caption: In 1961 the TV special “Astaire Time” won two Emmys: Outstanding Variety Program, and Outstanding Performance in a Variety Program by Fred Astaire. 13th Primetime Emmy Awards, May 16, 1961 (via Los Angeles Public Library).

Caption: In 1961 the TV special “Astaire Time” won two Emmys: Outstanding Variety Program, and Outstanding Performance in a Variety Program by Fred Astaire. 13th Primetime Emmy Awards, May 16, 1961 (via Los Angeles Public Library).



gingerrogerss:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Top Hat (1935)

gingerrogerss:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Top Hat (1935)







ohrobbybaby:

Fred Astaire by Ralph Crane, c. 1958

ohrobbybaby:

Fred Astaire by Ralph Crane, c. 1958



livviedehavilland:

Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn on the set of “Funny Face”, 1957

livviedehavilland:

Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn on the set of “Funny Face”, 1957




Was Fred romantic? Well, there’s a contradiction. Because he didn’t bullshit you. He did not lay it on thick like some actors, who give you the eye and make you so embarrassed. He was a gentlemen. He behaved like a gentlemen. He was a fabulous partner. - Leslie Caron
Was Fred romantic? Well, there’s a contradiction. Because he didn’t bullshit you. He did not lay it on thick like some actors, who give you the eye and make you so embarrassed. He was a gentlemen. He behaved like a gentlemen. He was a fabulous partner. - Leslie Caron



1941: Fred Astaire

1941: Fred Astaire







voxsart:

1936.
Fred Astaire, with his wife Phyllis Potter.

voxsart:

1936.

Fred Astaire, with his wife Phyllis Potter.



gingerrogerss:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in a publicity still for the film Swing Time (1936)

gingerrogerss:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in a publicity still for the film Swing Time (1936)